no-fault insurance


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no-fault insurance

An insurance scheme under which a victim is compensated for an injury without an individual or organization being assigned responsibility, regardless of the cause of the injury
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10) The Florida Legislature, in coming to its decision to provide no-fault insurance for Florida citizens, elected to do so to accomplish several public policy goals: 1) assure that persons injured in vehicular accidents would be directly compensated by their own insurer, even if the injured party was at fault; (11) 2) lessen court congestion and delays in court calendars by limiting the number of law suits; (12) 3) end the inequities of recovery under the traditional tort system; (13) and 4) lower automobile insurance premiums.
No-fault insurance has been voted down in the past and its future looks bleak.
Allstate also has filed a $21 million civil suit in the Supreme Court of New York to recover against a no-fault insurance fraud network that allegedly conspired to defraud Allstate through fraudulent billing practices.
The Economics and Politics of Choice No-Fault Insurance (Boston, Mass.
professor of law at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, who described his Early Offers reform plan as a type of no-fault insurance.
This is true of Hawaii, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York and Connecticut, which repealed its no-fault insurance last year.
No-Fault insurance carriers are required to provide up to $50,000 in individual reimbursements for a wide range of medical and health services for injuries incurred as a result of car accidents.
June 18, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Brain injury and no-fault insurance law experts David Christensen and Sarah Stempky Kime of Christensen Law recently received the largest ever personal injury verdict in Michigan when a Wayne County jury awarded their client $17.
Persons killed or injured in a Michigan auto accident due to a negligent driver texting while driving, or any other form of distracted driving do have the legal right to pursue claims for personal injuries against the negligent driver as well as a claim for no-fault insurance benefits.
announced a $279 million no-fault insurance fraud bust, the largest single case ever charged.
While many auto no-fault insurance companies partner with a PBM to minimize the impact of rising drug costs, they also realize administrative and insured satisfaction benefits.